CNN Hires Notorious Asswipe as a Political Commentator 

In an attempt to broaden their coverage from missing airplanes, CNN has hired former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Politico reports that Lewandowski has been given a “salaried position” that will make him “exclusive to CNN, effective immediately.” CNN’s Brian Stelter confirmed Politico’s report on…

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After Being Called Out, Trump Hastily Donates the Veterans' Aid Money He Said He'd Already Donated

In January, neo-fascist real estate golem Donald Trump skipped a Fox News debate to hold a fundraiser for veterans’ causes, which he later said had raised $6 million. Since then, the completely unreasonable media has asked Trump—a man with an extremely loose conception of charitable giving—to account for where those…

Cable News Chose to Air Footage of Trump's Empty Podium Instead of Clinton's Union Speech

This election season, the media has found itself wrapped up in a perpetual cycle of self-loathing and self-adulation. We are, by our own estimation, both acutely to blame for the rise of abandoned roadside ham hock Donald Trump, and unimpeachable public servants, guilty only of doing our job.

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Spurned Elle Writer Goes On Truly Bananas Rant, Torches Every Single Bridge in Media 

A man (Jacques Hyzagi), deeply angered by the supposed editorial blunders that affected a story (an interview with Rei Kawakubo, the Comme des Garcons designer/artist/genius disdainful of press) he was writing for Elle, has decided to blowtorch the monoliths of the New York media industry, which is to say the outlets…

Breitbart Is Sending Cease and Desist Letters to Ex-Employees

Breitbart, a.k.a. Donald Trump’s Xanga, recently saw an exodus of staffers, after the publication refused to defend Michelle Fields’ report that Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grabbed and pulled her to the ground. Staffers resigned, calling the publication “Trump’s Pravda,” and an “unaffiliated media super…

Erin Andrews: ESPN Forced Me To Go On TV And Talk About My Stalker

Fox broadcaster Erin Andrews took the stand today in the trial over her civil suit against the Nashville hotel where she was videotaped undressing through her hotel room peephole. In one of the most frightening bits of testimony in a case full of them, Andrews explained how ESPN—her employer at the time—forced her to…